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2.0 T FSI 2007

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by bigblokey0, Nov 12, 2011.

  1. bigblokey0

    bigblokey0 Member

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    I currently own an 52 plate A6 Quattro sport but ive found an A3 2.0 T FSI that ive taken a liking to its got a full audi service history with 115 on the clock on a 2007 plate i know its high miles but it drives well and has one owner with full audi stamps my question is its due a cambelt and water pump change but is the engine chain driven ? if so what will it need waterpump, pulleys changed ? any input would be great thanks
     
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  3. TFSIer

    TFSIer 2.0TFSi Sport Sportback 2006

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    Belt driven so belt, pulleys, tensioners and water pump to do it right.
     
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    audicruiser Audi Heaven

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    As above, and I assume it's already had one cambelt change and is due its second at that mileage???
     
  5. bigblokey0

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    Theirs nothing in the history that specifically says its had a cam belt change
     
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    audigex Active Member

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    If it's been fully serviced by Audi it should've been done - they should be able to check for you.

    If in doubt, change it. It costs a hell of a lot less than the repairs if it goes.
     
  7. bigblokey0

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    its getting changed anyway :)
     
  8. audicruiser

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    It should of been changed at 60k miles....
     

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